The Bike Co-op has a contract from the City of Fort Collins to train 100 Safe Routes to School instructors over the next several months. So if you are interested in being a volunteer or an hourly employee to teach children in elementary schools or in middle school sign up today for one of these Saturday afternoon classes.
This is a 4 hour class sponsored by the Bike Co-op to train instructors in safe cycling skills for youth. You must be at least 14 years old to take the class. Those who complete the class with receive a Bicycilng 123 Youth Skills certificate.
The Bicycling 123 Youth guide outlines 13 stations - four administrative stations and nine activity stations - designed to teach you how to run a youth skills clinic (i.e., a "Bike Rodeo").
The above class will be taught on the following schedule (you need take only ONE class):
Every Saturday afternoon from 1:30 until 5:30 at the Bike Co-op (1501 North College Ave.) on the following dates.
If you would like to get signed up for one of these classes, please go to the Signup Page
Classes will be held as scheduled IF there are at least 4 people signed up for the class and if the following weather conditions are met: if at noon the day before the class there is no snow on the ground in the parking lot on the north side of the Bike Co-op and the forecast for a high temperature in Fort Collins is at least 45 degree Fahrenheit
If you have a group of at least 6 parents, school volunteers, service club members or others and would like to schedule your own class please send an inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.orgProject Coordinator: email@example.com (Preferred Method)